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Multithreading in C# 5.0 Cookbook by Eugene Agafonov

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Avoid using the captured synchronization context

This recipe talks about the details of synchronization context behavior when await is used to get asynchronous operation results. We will learn how and when to turn off the synchronization context flow.

Getting ready

To step through this recipe, you will need Visual Studio 2012. There are no other prerequisites. The source code for this recipe can be found at BookSamples\Chapter5\Recipe6.

How to do it...

To understand details of synchronization context behavior when await is used and to learn how and when to turn off the synchronization context flow, perform the following steps:

  1. Start Visual Studio 2012. Create a new C# Console Application project.
  2. Add references to Windows Presentation Foundation Library. ...

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